Discussion in 'Civ4 - Creation & Customization' started by Tunch Khan, Oct 24, 2005.
Yes, I see your work on Quebec is finally giving its fruits.
For Harald Bluetooth you could change the state property to Organized religion, he were to one(Or atleast he claimed to be) to spread Christianity in Denmark.
Also mayby make him Spiritual and organized/expansive.
I changed his fav civic to Organized Religion. thnx
Bah, the creator, yacco, dissapeared, leaving his crappy mod there... I find it really annoying that the only Québec mod there is uses crappy information. Would someone PLEASE use the information here to make a better one?
Why don't you try to fix it yourself? It's not that hard once you roll your sleeves up.
Hi, I love what you are doing but may I point out some more people and some leaders you should add. Leaders:
1. Queen Margareth - United the whole of Scandinavia in the Kalmar Union. Expansive (seafaring) and finincial.
2. Canute The Great - King of England, Norway and Denmark. Expansive (seafaring) and philosophical.
Great merchants: Leif Eirikson, Eirik the Red and Raven-Flok
Great artists: Egil Skalla-Grimsson and Bertel Thorvaldsen
Great prophet: Saint Thorlak
I REALLY don't know how, lol... all those pages on how to script discouraged me from even starting to read the thread. But eh... you know how
Dude, you forgot Liverpool!
Polynesia is only one part of what you are trying to put together, Oceania would be a more accurate term. However, this is kind of like trying to do a "European" culture civ. You could do a Lapita civ, who where the first people to break out of near Oceania and go into remote Oceania. Lapita was really the colonizing culture of remote Oceania. Also, Kamehameha was a major force in Hawai'ian culture, but in terms of contributions to Oceania as a whole, I think King David Kalākaua of Hawai'i is another good candidate, in 1886 he formed a Polynesian confederation, trying to unite the small nations into a major political force. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Kalakaua)
Pakistan should be on that list. Its fun to play as them, Musahraf rocks!
Why don't you provide us some info then? I'll add Pakistan to the list if you can give me the required data.
And S.Tome...I know it's small but also part of am empire long gone!
São Tomé and Príncipe so we having Ilha do Principe as a city, or just Principe?
Leader : Husein-Kapetan Gradascevic - Aggressive and Industrious, favors Organized Religion , Alija Izetbegovic - Spiritual and Industrious
Capital : Sarajevo
Flag : 6 Fleur-de-lis
Starting Techs : The Wheel and Agriculture
Great Scientists : Samir Arnautovic,Hamdija Kresevljakovic
Great Merchants : not known
Great Prophets : Mehmed Semsikadic
Great Artists : Mustafa Nadarevic
Great Engineers : Gazi Husrev-beg(a.k.a. Gazi Husref-beg),Mehmet Pasa Sokolovic(a.k.a. Sokollu Mehmet Paşa)
Unique Unit : Hamza
I've added Bosnia to the list, could you please define the UU Hamza?
I can't remember if somebody put a plug in for a possible Canadian template or not so here it is.
Leader: Pierre Trudeau
Capital: Ottawa (please note the spelling!)
Flag: (google it)
Painters: The Group of Seven, Emily Carr, Cornelius Krieghoff, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Yousouf Karsh (photographer)
Writers: Margaret Attwood, Lucy Maud Montgomery (Anne of Green Gables), Mordecai Richler, Leonard Cohen, Robertson Davies
Musicians: Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Gordon Lightfoot, Céline Dion, Shania Twain, Glenn Gould, Jon Vickers, Sarah McLaughlan
Architects: Frank Gehry, Douglas Cardinal, Moshe Safdie
Film: William Shatner,Mary Pickford, Pamela Anderson, Dan Ackroyd, John Candy, Jim Carrey, Michael J. Fox, Mack Sennett (Keystone Cops), Christopher Plummer, Donald & Kiefer Sutherland, Norman Jewison, David Cronenberg
Dancers: Karen Kain
Great Scientists: Alexander Graham Bell (Telephone among other inventions, Frederick Banting (Discoverer of Insulin), Wilder Penfield (Pioneered Brain Surgery), John Polanyi (Nobel Prize for Chemistry), David Suzuki (Geneticist, Environmentalist and Broadcaster), Marshall McLuhan (Mass-Media Theorist), Sir William Osler (Arguably most famous physician of 19th Century), Dr. Norman Bethune (invented the Blood Transfusion while fighting with Mao in China), Reginald Fessenden (First Radio Broadcast
Great Merchants: Samuel de Champlain (Founder of French American), La Salle, Joliet, Radisson, La Vérendrye and other French Explorers, David Thomson, Samuel Hearne, Alexander Mackenzie and later British explorers, Sir Cornelius van Horne (Builder of the Canadian Pacific Railway), Sir William McGillivray (Pioneering financier of the Northwest Fur Trading Company), Sir Timothy Eaton (Retailer and inventor of Catalogue marketing), Conrad Black (disgraced former media magnate), The Hudson's Bay Company (the World's oldest and first Corporation), John Molson (Beer), Sir Samuel Cunard (Founder of the Cunard Lines of "Titanic" fame), Max "Lord Beaverbrook" Aitken (Press Baron and British Cabinet minister under Churchill), Jack Warner (Warner Bros.)
Great Engineers: Sir Sandford Fleming (Inventor of Standardized Time Zones), Elijah McCoy (The "Real McCoy" steam process), Joseph-Armand Bombardier (Snowmobile and transportation inventor), Fessenden fits here too, also, the guy who invented the Blackberry
Great Prophets: Tecumseh, Father Jean de Brébeuf, Louis Riel, Grey Owl, Marguerite Bougeoys (1st Canadian Saint), Mary Maxwell (Bahai faith), Réné Lesvesque (modern father of Québec seperatism), Leonard Cohen (Poet, Musician, and Buddhist), Terry Fox (One-legged Cancer victim ran across Canada and inspired world), Brother André (Mystic and builder of the Oratoire St Joseph in Montreal),
Great Warriors: Marquis de Montcalm (French and Indian War), Sir James Wolfe (Conqueror of Québec), Sir Guy Carleton (defender of Canada during American Revolution), Joseph Brant (Mohawk leader during Revolutionary War), Sir Isaac Brock (War of 1812), Tecumseh, Sir Arthur Currie (WWI Commander of Canadian Corps responsible of victory at Vimy Ridge against Germans), Andrew MacNaughton (WWII Canadian Commander), Laura Secord (famously warned the british of an impending american attack and now has a bunch of chocolate shops named after her), Billy Bishop (Greatest Ace Pilot of WWI), Sir William Stephenson (Head of British Intelligence during WWII, and model for James Bond), Sam Steele (Archetypical Mountie and Soldier in the Boer War and WWI)
Mountie (with some sort of bonus against barbarians or guerillas)
Peacekeeper (Invented by Canadian Lester Pearson)
Sault Ste. Marie
Fort St. John
Happy Valley/Goose Bay
I haven't even got CIV IV yet since it hasn't come out for MAC yet. Would love to have some other CIVs to play with when I finally get my hands on it! Keep up the good work!
You'd want to put Ottawa first in there. And the way i see is (my graphic card sucsk too much to play the game), cities are morel ike territories, so the name of the provinces might be more approriate. However it wouldn't surprise me if Canada had already been posted here. If not, it has been posted elsewhere atleast, for that I am sure.
Kurds, people of Kurdistan in ancient history "Corduene"
Leader : Salahaddin al Ayyubi (Saladin) - Agricultural and Spiritual, favors Organized Religion
al-Fadl bin Muhammad Shaddadi (Fadl Shaddadi) - Aggressive and Spiritual, favors Police State
Capital : Amed (Diyarbakir) or Hawlar (Arbil)
Starting Techs : The Wheel and Agriculture
Great Scientists : Al Dinawari
Great Merchants : Nasr al-Dawla Ahmad ibn Marwan
Great Prophets : Ibn Athir, Ibn Khallikan, Said Nursi
Great Artists : Baba Taher, Sherefkhan Bidlisi
Great Engineers : Talabani, Barzani
Unique Unit : War Chariot, Pesmerge
Lots of non-Turks in there.
Turkish is not an ethnic civilization, but rather a melting pot of cultures, and we Turks consider all of those to be part of our greater culture and civilization. It does not matter wether if their mother language is Armenian or Greek, as long as they lived together with us, shared the same fate with us, felt the same emotions as us and contributed to us.
Separate names with a comma.